The playoffs are in full-swing across the country and star players are coming up big in the last few days. Here are just a couple of the highlights from today’s additions to the Stylax Stat Leaders.
Devin Lee from Clinton became the 15th-known player to surpass 1,000 career saves. The senior completed his career with 1,016 saves in four seasons. The Vassar commit finished his senior year with 274 saves, which is a career high.
Anthony Todaro from Weddington (N.C.)totaled 11 points on eight goals and three assists to lead Weddington to its second-straight Class 1A/2A/3A state championship on Friday. Todaro was named the games MVP for his performance.
Mike Lampert from Wayland (Mass.)set a school record with nine assists to help Wayland post its first win over Lincoln-Sudbury (Mass.) since 1999 last week. Wayland defeated the defedning Division I champion 13–12 in overtime.
Each day boys’ high school lacrosse players, teams, and coaches earn a spot on the 2018 Stylax Stat Leaders and LaxRecords.com posts a daily item acknowledging the achievement.
These are the latest additions to the 2018 Stylax Stat Leaders
7: Blake Bernstein, Morristown-Beard (N.J.)
7: Sammy Carter , Indian Creek (Md.)
7: Jay Goldy, Morristown-Beard (N.J.)
7: Alex Hufford, Voorhees (N.J.)
7: Rob Mirolli, Agawam (Mass.)
7: Brennan O'Neill, St. Anthony's (N.Y.)
100.00: James Reilly, Conestoga (Pa.)
100.00: Russell Eberding, Sparta (N.J.)
100.00: Tyler James, Watchung Hills (N.J.)
100.00: Zach Cole, Lenape (N.J.)
100.00: Michael Giaquinto, Ward Melville (N.Y.)
95.00: Petey LaSalla, Rocky Point (N.Y.)
94.44: Mike McShea, Radnor (Pa.)
93.75: Michael Ott, Central Bucks East (Pa.)
93.33: Nate Hammond, Avon Grove (Pa.)
93.33: Jamie Zusi, Pingry (N.J.)
85.71: Garrett Hitchens, Central Bucks West (Pa.)
85.71: Steve Grabher, North Shore (N.Y.)
80.00: Nick Matthews, Kinnelon (N.J.)
80.00: Logan Premtaj, Ramapo (N.J.)
80.00: Dario Sirni, Wayne Hills (N.J.)
77.78: Conor Calderone, Smithtown West (N.Y.)
76.92: Joe Persche, Summit (N.J.)
76.00: Marco Fusari, Livingston (N.J.)
73.68: Gavin Tygh, Penn Charter (Pa.)
71.43: James Parry, Rutgers Prep (N.J.)
70.59: Deano Johnson, Cheyenne Mountain (Colo.)
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